Bark River

17 Dec 18
monopolisticwriter

When the sun sets in Guwahati, an old lady walks towards her home after packing her small shop near Fancy Bazar . Far away an eagle cries while circling over the Nilachal hills, as a auto rickshawala walks towards a nearby stall to have a cutting with his friends . Soaking myself in the silence […]

17 Dec 18
Leafing Through The Pages

  I have legit written a blog ALL ABOUT CHAI! So read this *shameless plug* then read our review!  READ ME!  *I am legit proud of this blog. I liked it a lot.*    This tea contains a high level of caffeine | Steep at 212° for 7-10 minutes.   Viking Wife here. Super excited to […]

17 Dec 18
Flooring Services

Affordable services with finest quality are offered here at Killara floorboards. A finest collection of quality workmanship is offered throughout Killara. It possesses a wide range of timber colors and species from which you may choose from and try to make you achieve the best look for your home. The specialists for floor boards offer […]

17 Dec 18
To Freedom

“No one said anything about cold”- Ragetti in At World’s End Hating the cold, I donned coat, gloves, and boots to go for a walk in the glacial mountains of Colorado. I put in my headphones and began to kick up powdery clouds of nearly weightless snowflakes. I made footprints in crunchy snow along a rushing […]

17 Dec 18
jamesrhysblog

The Dandelions: It’s a wide open field of yellow flowers waving in a gentle breeze under a sparkling bright orb of a sun. This is one of those memories I have of an unspecified time in my life. I know it was before my mom died; but I wasn’t in college yet. I rode my […]

17 Dec 18
The Yellow Pine Times

Dec 16, 2018 The Yellow Pine Times – Valley County, Idaho Community Calendar: Ice Hole Campground Closed for the season Firewood Season is Closed December 21, Winter Solstice December 25 Christmas Dinner at the YP Tavern 3pm December 31 New Year’s Eve ~ 2019 Events ~ May 25, 2019 ATV-UTV Scavenger Hunt Memorial Day Weekend […]

16 Dec 18
the Lyons den

Sunday afternoon we had a great moment of success. Zach toiled about in the generator room tinkering with a new tip from the owners. This round, he used a propane tank with a heating element. The thought was that during our cold stint, the generator might need thawing. After finishing up dishes from lunch, I […]

16 Dec 18
Traveller Soul

We love travelling don’t we, and while travelling I personally love to travel places closer to the nature and away from the “overwhelming” crowd that we like to call humans. So this time I found a place which though is present in one of the most popular tourist destination is quite peaceful. Chiang Mai Located […]

16 Dec 18
Life On The Slant

Winsley, Dundas, Warleigh Weir: the home straight. The Winsley stretch is known as sunset strip but with all the rain I didn’t see one sun, let alone a set. The views across the valley are something else. It all gets a bit bohemian at Dundas; last stronghold of The Squirrel People. Un-purposed bicycle parts, dismembered […]

16 Dec 18
gabriellelilly

Liar, Liar. We lie to ourselves. No point in being upset about it. Better to recognize where and how and when I am lying to me. Never mind the truth. Never mind the betrayals. Never mind the maggots. I would like someone to greet. Someone to smile at. Someone to grow with. Someone to love. […]

16 Dec 18
Unseen beauty

To finish off the week in which we’ve been looking at dogs, I decided to put together some tips for how you can take extra care of your dog in the colder weather, when there’s snow on the ground, and when there are more tasty treats around, not all of which are good for dogs. […]

16 Dec 18
Somewhere Over the Olive Tree

The Iberian Lynx is a large wild cat weighing some 10-13 kilos (22-28.6 lbs) with a heavily spotted browny grey coat, tufty looking ears and a short stumpy tail.  Standing at around 88-100 centimetres in height (34-39 inches) it is one of the most endangered species in the world.  In Spain the WWF in 2002  estimated that […]

16 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

A cliché wind blew over the southern end of the Porcupine Hills. It rocked the truck and whipped sand and gravel through the open window, while the blades of the large wind turbines on open ground east of my car park remained largely stationary, the gusts, I believe, even too much for their enormous power. […]